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To T&TEC and TSTT wires, add the open sewers, the dilapidated galvanized iron fences and pedestrian barriers, etc in the eastern Main Road pictures. A shame they are still there and proliferating into the 21st century. Where's the oil revenue going?
Posted by Guest on Fri 02 Jun 2006 08:25:48 AM UTC
the entire country needs to be painted, scraped & rejuvenated its all looks so run down nothing has changed within the past thirty years or more.Isthis Cuba or one of the richest island in the caribbean ?
Posted by Guest on Sun 20 Aug 2006 02:46:36 PM UTC
I agree. But the problem goes back further than 30 years: I left 50 years ago, and the roads and buildings in many of the pictures show no improvement after half a century.
Posted by Guest on Thu 24 Aug 2006 08:54:44 AM UTC
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I know the cameraman kept them out of shot, but what a difference the absence of all those T&TEC and TSTT wires make to the look of the place. Surely getting hose wires underground has to be part of this 20-20 vision thing.
Posted by Guest on Fri 26 May 2006 04:06:10 PM UTC